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HouseTalk: To Make Your Bed or Not to Make Your Bed?

I personally prefer to make my bed before leaving the house for the day.  Well, it is a habit and partly because being from a large family, it was my mother’s rule.  With several children in one room, whether your bed was the twin bunk bed or a portion of the full bed, when you got outta the bed you …

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Bill Cosby Sentenced to 3 to 10 Years in Prison, Files Notice of Appeal

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Contributor @StacyBrownMedia Bill Cosby arrived at the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania courthouse in a black SUV surrounded by his publicists and attorneys. He left in a prison van, escorted by sheriff’s deputies. His lawyers immediately filed a notice of appeal. Judge Steven T. O’Neill sentenced the fallen comic to as many as 10 years in …

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Multi-genre recording artist Damien Sneed, a Sphinx Medal of Excellence recipient, joins the acclaimed staff of the Houston Grand Opera (HGOco) as Music Director and Composer in Residence. As such, Sneed will work on new commission projects, compose a new work for HGOco, and serve as cover conductor for HGO mainstage productions under Patrick Summers, Artistic and Music Director. Sneed says he’s thrilled …

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